THE PEACEMAKER: Richard Nixon the Man, Patriot, President, and Visionary by Ben Stein COMING Marcch 23 2023
23 March 2023
“BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS FOR THEY SHALL BE CALLED THE CHILDREN OF GOD.” – Matthew 5:9
‘Let me tell you about why I love Richard Nixon…NOT like…NOT admire…NOT respect…ALL THOSE THINGS…but LOVE! And so did my mother and father…in our household Richard Nixon was a god.” – Ben Stein
From Ben Stein, New York Times bestselling author, humorist and former speech writer for both Nixon and Ford administrations – a powerful (and humorous) thinker on economics, politics, education and history and motivation – a personal memoir of his friend Richard Nixon: THE MAN, PATRIOT, PRESIDENT, PEACEMAKER & VISIONARY.
The Richard Nixon Stein remembers and lovingly describes has almost nothing to do with the Richard Nixon as portrayed in most media. In Stein’s view, Richard Nixon was a born peacemaker; Richard Nixon was a saint.
Stein believes Nixon was tortured, abused, beat up by the Beautiful People, but through it all, above all, he was a peacemaker, a trait he inherited from his Quaker mother. Nixon’s goal, as he often explained to Stein and others on his staff, was to create “a generation of peace.” And Stein argues he did it; Nixon gave the United States the longest sustained period of peace since World War II. In Stein’s view, if we no longer have to fear Russian ICBMs screaming out of hell to start nuclear war, we can thank the shade of Richard Nixon.
Why did the media hate him so much? Stein argues it was because Nixon was vulnerable and showed it when attacked. He did not have the tough hide of a Reagan or an Obama. Like the schoolyard bullies they are, the media went after Nixon for his vulnerability.
An insider’s account of Nixon the man, president and peacemaker, RICHARD NIXON WAS A SAINT: The Man, Patriot, President, Peacemaker & Visionary will make you reconsider the life and legacy of 37th President of the United States.
“I don’t think any president has been more wrongly persecuted than Nixon, ever. I just think he was a saint.” – Ben Stein